Photo: Anne St. Clair @anne.st.clair
ACMG SKI GUIDE
Growing up in Québec, I didn’t always have a passion for the cold, but I always loved skiing the frozen ice. I started skiing when I was 2 years old and never really got hooked on ski lessons or racing. Skiing always felt natural.
When I first moved to the western slopes and experienced powder skiing, it was like a different world. I felt like I had to learn about skiing and the environment all over again. Skiing in the backcountry is one of those things where you are always learning and sharing moments with others. I don’t take for granted the fact that I now get to share this beautiful environment with others and make them have an experience they will never forget.
When I’m not skiing, I can be found rock climbing or roasting coffee in my little home of Golden, BC.
- 2nd female from QC to achieve ACMG Ski Guide status
- CAA Operations Level 2 Avalanche Forecaster
- Part of the first All-Women Bugaboos to Rogers Pass ski traverse
- Mortgage before 40 in a mountain town…is that an accomplishment?
- Owner/guide of a small backcountry skiing operation in BC